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to replace it. the new orleans mayor says the city still plans to bid on hosting the 2018 super bowl. >>> it's it for studio b this afternoon. a pretty good day on the dow for a snowy friday in manhattan. low volume today. most of the city is emptying out. not us. we'll be back tonight for the fox report, 7:00 eastern. captioned by closed captioning services inc. >> a massive winter storm bringing blizzard cards to the northeast and creating a travel nightmare across the country. i'm in for neil cavuto. this is your world, and fox on top of a blizzard about to hit and hitting across the east coast. folks bracing up to three feet of snow. the heaviest snowfall expected tonight with wind gusts up to 70 million as an albert could from canada comes in. folks stocking up on food, salt, and gasoline. long lines and shortages reported, and get this. first time i if heard this. bank of america is warning people to stock up on cash. air travelers getting slammed. nearly 4300 flights cancelled throughs -- through saturday. amtrak curtailing some service due to the storm and in the massachusetts, the g
the environment. he's upping the ante. >> there's something going on that republicans are calling the 100 city tour. they noticed from whistle blowers and new reports that in mid february a bunch of white house and administration officials visited beaverton, oregon for a seminar teaching local government officials how they could get more from grants from the labor department, the epa, cdc. the whole plan was to go there and show them how they could get more in federal spending. what happened is the white house plans 100 of these visits all around the country. and tom coburn, the republican senator from oklahoma, sent him a letter saying please don't do this. cancel this tour. the white house today, jay carney, the spokesman, says it's not a tour. in fact, they are going to be visiting many, many cities and states around the country trying to encourage those local governments to apply for more in federal grants. >> neil: i'm wondering where you think this goes. these are backing up like planes at la gashed i can't, so called -- laguardia. the next one is what happens the end of next month as we
this is the kansas city area i believe, where they're expecting up to a foot of snow and there's some bad stuff down south. the end ooh end of the same storm. north and eastern louisiana, and watch the map. southeast louisiana is going to get it as well. the upper right part of mississippi as well. some rough weather throughout the day. be careful. >>> nasa reports a massive black spot on the sun is the size of six earths and could trigger solarrer flares this week. they're bursts of radiation that have the potential to disrupt the power grid. radio communication and satellite feeds. nasa reports the sun is reaching the peak of its 11-year activity cycle this year. >>> then, there's this. before we wrap things up here. police in a boston suburb say they received a 9-1-1 call on wednesday night, which is last night. the caller said nothing and hung up the phone. the dispatcher called back to find out why you called me and didn't say anything. a woman answered and explained her ten-year-old son called nine one one with the intention of reporting her to police. the crime? making h
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maxx hd by motorola. >> first the sandy hit, and now the tax man hit. the new york city officials hiking the property values for some homes actually hit by sandy, some by ten office thousands of dollars. that means higher taxes. home owners getting hit with the higher bills calling it heartless. dan has some other names. how did his happen? >> a convoluted and arcane system in new york city. they allow a cap of 6% per year of increases, but they bank the rest of it. so even in years when there are decreases, unless you caught up to what they consider market value, they're still allowed to tack it on and they did, despite the fact that almost every elected official says this is not the year to do these assessment increases. in fact there's a bill which would prevent this sort of tax hike on property -- >> these are done every year. >> absolutely. every year, without fail. >> so people would have come to the conclusion last fall there was a bad hurricane and maybe this would not be the year to do that. >> maybe october, of this year they would have figured out -- >> they knew the en
cities. siemens. answers. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> at least 60 million americans, one deadly winter storm. snow showers ice, sleet, tornadoes in some parts of the country, including those who have never seen the stuff before. in the middle of it all, kansas city, missouri. what's the latest? reporter: this massive snowstorm hoss brought downtown kansas city to a virtual standstill. some sparts seeing up to nine inches of know today. here comes the snow plow behind me. all the public schools and many of the businesses are closed today. there you see they're actually dog a pretty good job keeping the roads clearing but this morning the commute was a nightmare, an icy mess. spinouts and accidents. and also at the kansas city airport, which is closed right now, heavy snow and poor visibility. but for farmers, they welcome all of this precipitation coming in the midst of a long and severe drought, and even the mayor of kansas city says it's not the end of the world. >> this city is still fu
outside of new york city, describe what kind of a loss it is. >> it's a tremendous loss. you know, whether you're on his side or on the other side which i was for a short period of time here and there and got beat up by him pretty bad, but i always fought back. that made it even worse. you realized this man loved new york city. he was in a totally fascinating character. he was smart. i mean, one of the smartest guys you'd ever meet. every one of his opinions was very deeply felt and very well thought out and sometimes wrong, but very strongly argued. and he was just a character. it's hard to describe him. i mean, i don't know if it would work some place else. it worked great in new york. >> jenna: looking back over his life, in many ways he was bigger than the party that he represented. >> oh, my goodness. absolutely. >> jenna: leaders like that today. >> he stopped being a democrat the day he became mayor. he became mayor of the city. he was a very liberal congressman, probably his voting record was very left even for those days. he became a very conservative mayor. he was fiscally conse
. most of these major cities, chicago d.c., all runs by democrats. chicago being run by rahm emanuel. don't want to stir that up but there's sort of politically incorrect aspect of this thing. we missed a big opportunity here. what happened in newtown was a chance to go after real true violence in the culture that makes it okay to take another life. not talking about the occasional crazy but i'm talking about kids in chicago, shooting each other over lyrics on a rap record. that kind of stuff. and it's amazing because there's no one else in the country who can address this the way the president can address it, and still all we've gotten is that lawful gun owners, the nra is the demon here and somehow the taking new gun legislation would be the magic elixir when we have to get to the evens of these. going to minneapolis? that's like going to butte, montana, to announce a crackdown on insider trading on wall street. it's ridiculous. >> one thing he said is we don't want our police outgunned. that's well and fine. don't we also not want our law avoiding citizens outgunned with bad guys. >> w
that ups or fed ex cannot be delivered, they're dropped at post offices and rural ler carriers and city carriers are delivering the last mile of that parcel. >> okay. are you against renegotiating -- are you against renegotiating your contracts to keep the u.s. postal service solvent? >> we just received an arbitrated decision from an arbitrator on our contract in which we created new employees at a lower pay, some of them with no benefits in a part-time capacity. >> okay. >> again -- again, over 40% of our employees, our craft, is a non-benefit employee. >> okay. this is the national rural letter carriers association. >> that's correct. that's who i'm speaking for. >> should the other letter carrier unions take your past actions as a way forward to maybe solve the solvency problems at the postal service? should they renegotiate. >> sir, i can't speak for the other yiewns. i'm not asking you to speak for them. would that help solve the $16 billion deficit that the usps has? >> there have been other agreements with the other unions who have done the same thing. step to the plate. look at
's capital city of vienna. this was in response to an incident late last year when a man stripped naked down inside that gallery and got a security guard to hold him and told him to put his clothes back on. the spokesman said that folks from around the world contacted the museum to defend the guy. organizers set up today's special nude showing. >>> before we wrap things up here in the b, residentses in a southern illinois community thought their neighbors were up to something suspicious. they thought buckets and plastic tubes set up in several spots around the benson property. someone thought it looked like a meth lab. police raided the property and found out that the benson's were making homemade maple syrup. laura benson is not upset at all. she said everyone in the neighborhood is invited to her house for pancakes. >>> the markets are open today. they're above 14,000. the next time you hear it's all awful, tell them no, it's actually not. >>> these cuts are not smart. they are not fair. emergency responders like the ones who are here today, their ability to help communities respond to and
with this megamerger. >> the one thing is that prices in certain cities could go up. >> when two large airlines combine, usually your ticket price goes up. i think in the future that's what we'll see. i'm just glad we still get our miles. i don't want to lose those. >> i'm sure prices will go up since there's let competition. >> you heard the woman talking about frequent flyer miles. it gives people more options to fly. now the two programs remain separate. then advantage and dividend miles will combine once the deal is official. that's the thing people need to understand. that could take time before it's finished and you start seeing changes. the merger itself not finalized until the third quarter, which is late summer, early fall. so to be continued for people that are taking to the skies. >> thank you, casey. now comes the fun part. fewer carriers, fewer planes, just as many, if not more passengers. it's not a pretty picture. i haven't gotten into the stupid seats. let's say you could be royally -- it's something i got into with the u.s. airways c.e.o. dug doug parker and/. >> before the deal you ha
on your screen now! >> i don't know >> did new york city mayor michael bloomberg find a big fan of his soda ban? his beauty queen from hell's kitchen, new york, is giving the mayor the thumb's up. >> thank you for having me. >> neil: i think this whole -- i think mayor bloomberg is fantastic and has done incredible stuff put he just meddles to much, and he shouldn't be meddling, including this soda ban. >> i think he is doing a great job. i i think the government should be involved. like i mentioned to you before, it's great he is taking pro-active steps as opposed to reactive steps. >> neil: the can of big soda doesn't stop you from ordering multiple smalled so daz. but he extended it now to saying even if you order out and you can't bring a two liter about toll the table. it seems stupid. >> you know what costs even less money? is giving your family delicious new york tap water, which is what i drink and it's healthier for you and it saves money, it puts more money in your pocket. >> that's your view. and you take very good care of yourself. you're miss new york. but should nose -- p
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. jesse jackson jr. not a democratic congressman from the city of chicago, unlike when tom delay was convicted and you saw republican former majority from texas and duke cunningham. not the to minimize the crimes of one or maximize the other. >> but treat both the same. >> right. it's interesting how our colleagues in the media, especially the left flank, rejoice over the downfall of people they disagree with politically and try to not cover with great detail the downfall of those whose politics they agree with. >> i wonder, too, the way this is presented, time and again when we have an issue, whether left or right, the left is cut a great deal of slack. i'm just saying whether it's a left or right issue, cover both the same. if you're going after the improprieties of one candidate, go after the other. with the same abandon but with the same zeal. >> agreed. his father is a historic figure, like him or dislike him. the father has friends across the political spectrum. what he did, he pleaded guilty, the deal he got is a paramount public interest. the public has the right to know
to have to take a valium. there is panic in the city, and i'm right here in the belly of the beast. but the truth is, washington actually might get hurt a little bit. this is going to cut the spending in this town, which did very well during the recession. for the rest of america, we'll all be fine. let's just keep our eye on one number. it's a nickel. we're talking about a nickel out of every dollar. how many businesses have done that? cut their budgets? how many families have done that? so we can do this, and it's just a start. >> neil: and by the way, as you always point out because you have been ahead of this, a nickel off the increase that is -- so even under this plan, which is part of the ten-year plan, we're still going to be left under the best of circumstances $5 trillion more in debt than we are now. so leading the fact aside -- >> let me -- >> neil: where are we going here? >> let me add one other statistic. look at the money on the sandy relief bill. you covered the story. 10 of the billion dollars was for the relief of people who lost businesses and homes. the other $
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